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Thursday, : December 20, 1864.
Offic'k! infoi ination has been ro
n ivni ui li e nor acj .11 1 mi ni, ri
"U'riidihipjton, thut the great mili
tary and naval expedlttan nguitiat
W:l' r V. !... n fU..
III 1 1 miiiiif,
Tl.. V, !..,!. s f
TbeRichmond Whig of the 26tli,a
hut udvics to the ciToct Mint Stone-!
mr.p comuiiiiiti luis caps urou iiu'
va'nublu suit works ut S.vltvillr, jn
South wcst Virginia. This is a
severe loss to the rebels.
Gold cioscd at 221.
Our crvalry expedition which
was sent out to capture Gordons
villa, has been unable to do it, and
ban retiied. Tho place was too
stronc for tluni
, . i , .. ..
uenerai una no uiuuo.iry
f'aination in relation to the Canada
Tho colonial relations between
rt.a TTnUod Sraros nnd iT.inro
fnhl to bo improved.
AccorJing t Ilie Hichmond ps
ptrs of a late ilnfc, Sberman baa
tent a torco to ivk-asc tho prisonct'3
of war in Georgia, at Anderson
.According to the New York
hbnne's Nashville diapatch, the
. , 1 ' , ,
advanco of Hood's urmy ronched
Florence, A In. on tho 2ldt'
The Old Year and the New.
The historic records of the year
about to expire, will be read with
interest by a thousand generations
yet unborn, it the head of tte
remarkable events of tho year, we
placo tho re election of Abrauau
Lincoln. Tlint he has been r-i
0 elecicd br a majority ot the Arner-
ican poople, including inc nrmy
vote, '.a beyond u doubt, bnt who'll
er his election was conducted upon
a jnst, equitable and impartial ba
sis, is a question which has not yet
been decided. Still, so long as the
powers tha! be execute the just and
constitutional laws of America, we
bow to their die tat C3, rcFcrving to
onrsclf the right to think for our
flclf, on all political questions,
i Grout bait'ea have been fonght
during the present ycir, in which
each rary claim the victory, bnl
there cannot be a doubt that the
overflOT.ing tide of victory is now
in favor of the North. Sherman
has gained vast tcnitoticn, and
bids fair to become the gnat geno,
val of the age. Tho Confederate
General ILod has proved himself
bo what he really is a man
minus a leg i.ud an arm, and there
fore xnly half a man, not to Ray a
complete fool. General Tbonias
has provcu himsolt to be a military
tjcliiian aud a brave eoldier, und
Hood knows it now to his sorrow;
We think the j3essionists cay
now wind up tholr dock for tho
last time, and toll their o vn ftn
1 The closing yer has been
' fraught with mauy mercies to the
nor thorn' Stutos.: An' nhund-rnt
farveijti.lhas, through tho tender
moi cies of our Cod, provide! us
with fTiod enouffV, and to spare.
ropu degrco ot health has attended
r during tho year, for whJcli
'lut iis glvo God all tha praiso.
'The comlntfyear will ara ardent-
j ly hope, bring' on Its balmy wings
bepHyy. branch 'if, peace to
distracted country. That this
be the case wo i not for a momoi.t
donbt.'7 There , roiy,1brno oubt
o Ahere FUl'bew"a Uat Hero stru'le
between h contending, bwts.-
'That which U right, in the eight
of GodjantL in. the epd prevail.
si We hae lived,throtigh tle contest
;oup to tW's 'ot nd we ,,llt0
mpbtilcalJxtbat the end drawotn
' ;nlrb.W regret that more
are wanted to pat an end to
,:'MMM?--Vni ' the toetf a
fnnnA mnA tha ttorlc of rt"C-
v if) (via- " -
lUblujr, geaee fd onto on
groat continent baa to be done, and
tntut be done, by the people who
hold the ballot.box In their hands.
"We wish all oar friends and
neighbors a hoppy ewTeur. We
forgiire our bitWr jet enemies, end
honestly thank onr friends. We
sincerely hope that th-e Eaton
"Deraocfatjc V?c ' will finish the
comiuit year with the welcome edi
itoriul oi "peuce on earth Hnd good
will to man."
The Richmond "Jeffersonian."
We regret 'o learn that tfieabove
jPftjivr has been d'acontlnucd. If
'Mr. Elder cor Kl not giaVe it pay,
wiih a Lice circnlution, hpw ure
, 1 . . , ..
'hfcV IS'1 llUO rI7
pnpors with a jcoinpnnttively smal
circulation to be kfpt tip. We
0: the "tress, ana wo trust inai
with the New Year we shall receive
Virgo addition tomir Ei.bsc.iption
jTTht! 'Jeil'ersoniaii" li?.s been
purchased by iJA-sHi?. Baiw and
ITubt, and it will be known here
after ns the 'Columbian JobOflice."
We hope that thry will meet with
the ciicoiiragtrni'iit wliii li ihey so
WAR NEWS. The Capture of Savannah Official War
WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, Dec. 25, 7 P. M.
To Vaj'ir Gum'nl Ii.:
A rliunnli'li lm linen roc,.! ve.l
j (his evening by ths Piwidcnt from
nmlGcn. Shorinan. It is dated nt Sa-
j vnnnah on Thnrudny, tlie 22d inst.,
laMil nnnourco3 his occupntiou of
the city of Pavai.nah and c.ipture
ot ouo hund:c-d nnd fifty prmis,
li'e iiy of ammunition, find about
25,000 bale? of ro'ton. No olhcr
particulars arc iriron.
An culcval divpatcli ironi ucn
Foster to den. Grant, dated on the
2S2J l 7 f.M., state, that
the city ot Savannah was occupied
by Oi-neral -Sherman on tho morn,
hiz of the 21nt. and that on the
preceding evenin- end night liar. ,
800 prisoners, 150 irnns. 13 looomo
tives in good order, 1'JO cars, a
large lot of ammunition and matci
rials ot war, three Bteamers and
83,000 bales nf cotton.
No mention is made of the pro.
pent position of IIft-i'e'j force,
which had been ratimatea at l'o,.
The dispatches of ficnernl Slier.
man nntl Uenerai roster arc as
doe escaped witli tlie rnmn body oi
ins uiratiiiy Pini iui muhcij,
blowing up tho iron tlads and n.tvy
Tnni. lis euurici.iieM u v.ipi.uit'u
lliaExceilnncT PrvsiJf nt Lincnln:
Savaxkaij, Ga., I) c. 22 i beg
to present to yon, as a Christmas
gift, the city of Savannah, with 150
heavy gnnf iind plenty of ammuni.
tion, and also r.bnt 25,010 bales of
WAR DEPARTMENT, Washington, Dec. 25, 7 P. M. W. T. SHERMAN,
Maj. Gen'l Commanding.
GEN. PORTER'S DISPATCH.
STEAMEF GOLDEN GATE.
Sa.::h Ruvx. D(c 227 P.M. p
L'ont G.'n Or. n anJ Maj.Gca HslU'cV -
I hive ll.o honor tc report that
I I . ...... ...I.. f-,.,nl'n'
J. Iiu C J li rciui :nu iiV'ii uiu
Shcnnna's hoadiinartcn nt Savan-1
nah. 1 6Uid .Major Ore v ot my
staff, aa hearer of dlspaUiei from
Gen. Sherman o you, and also a
message; lo the President. The dty
of Savannah was cccniicd on the
morning of the 21st. :
Gen. Hardee, anticipating the
contemplated assault, escaped with
tho main body of his infantry and
light artillery, on the morning of
the 20th, in creasing the river to
the Union causeway opposite tie
city. , Tho rebel iron dads were
blown up, and tho navy yard was
burned All Iho rest of the city is
intact, and contains 20,000 citizens,
quiet and well dispoped.'
r. i i . 1 . I OAA
ine captures tticnme ouo pnuon.
crs;, 150 gnna,-18 locdmotiea In
tr o order, 190 cars, s lare supply
. I . Si'' I Art r l . 1 m w n V-( t n 111 V C
OL ailllli A1 l,uu 44 it u iiitiiui in iif vi
war, 3 steamer?, and 33,000 bftlos
f cotton. ?afni' stored hi warc-
' All these- valuable fruits" of an
almost bloodless victory have I eou,
Hka Atlantu, fairly. won. 1 opened
cornmonication with the city with
itny t.'umers to.day, taking np
what"i torpedoes we could see, and
passing safely, over the others.
Arrangements aro maae to ciear
the channel of all obstructions. '
1 ynrs, Ac., ' i
J. G. FOSTER,
The Richmond paper of. yester
day, state that on the 23d, twenty-
eix vessels Ot toe vviimwgion exr
r.rrlition bad reannearcd .
The diapatch ot . General Brag
U- pttuliaheJ in the iiiohuionu pa
pers. i It 5a as follows:
WilMIKCTOS, Deo. 20. Twenty
vessel ot' the Fedora! fleet re
apneared thi morning. , There has
been no cbunge emce mj last uis
patch. ' t
This the latest intelligence re
celled from that txuedition.
ED. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 27.
Maj. Qtril fiix:
The following extracts iroro
jbe4jn forjea to the War De-
partment by Oen. urant: - ;
An official dispatch from Gen.
Beauregard, dated Deo. 25, and ro
reived yesterday, states thai Gen.
llurdce reports that a force of the
enemy, consisting of infantry, ar
tillory and "cavalry, . baa fiioved
trnm savannah towams Altamaua
River." Gen. Hardoa hasmade a
uroper disposition or" his force to
chert them. Its ol joct Is, prob1
bly, to destroy tho Savannah, Al. I
buny ana Uult iiailroaa, us Uei
No report has been received from
Gen. Hood's army since the 28tb of
WiLMisBTOS. N. 0 Dee. 6.
riM. . il . a . A t'i...
V "ny ue-0yer a, ty ve;
ilici iiki ll KWU llJiuiLum, dciw
ral nrmed vesnals nnd many heavily
armed frigates and sloops of war
made a furious attack on Fort
Fisher, about 1 o'clock on yestor
day, and kept up an average re of
thirty shots per minute until uiebt.
Our loss is'twautyithree woufllded.
The attack waa rcnowed at 10 o'i
clock this fbit-noon, and has boon
very furious and continuous.
There is no report of casualties to.
Col. La mi), who was in command
of the fort, replied to tho enemy's
(ire slowly and deliberately. The
enemy, under a heavy fire, landed
about throe brigades i miles above
Fishcr- They were i.nincrti.
iiVy ciiftHgun uy niiiunui tuus.
The onemy held the ground at
WiunjwroN, Dec. 26. Tho enei
my's infantry attacked Ft. Fisher
late last nipht. They were repulsed
with o isiderable loss. There was
a heavy rain and wind through the
night. Prisoners report the 24th
corps of tho Yankee army present,
FromJ'iur Wilmington disnatc'ios
it will be spen that tho Yankee
fleet attacked Fort Fisher about 1
Vm M. on Saturday, and bombarded
heavily until evening. Renewing
the bombardment at 10 o clock on
Sunday morning, nnd continuing
ir. throughout the day; and that
nnjer Ct)$cr of ,he firo"of tho fleett
,,ie enemy nme(1 an jnfuntry fi.rCe
ub0ve b'ort Fisher, winch attacked
,,b;3 fort ou Bunti,iy night, au.i was
r,.r)U fl P,l
Fort Fisher is situated on a sand
spit on the tight bank of Cape
Fear River, at its mouth, 20 miles
below Wilmington. The enemy,
we presume-, reached their position
abovo the fort, not by passing op
tho river, where they would have
been obliged to run the gauntlet of
tho ' guns both of Fisher and of
Cascwell on the lett boitK, but by
landing on the beach east of the
month of Capo Fear Kiver.
The cn my having effected a
lodgment above the fort is a serious
matter. It will cost double the
force to dislodgo him that would
have prevented his landing.
Dispatches from General Thomas
represent liinj still in purrnit of
lloo I s broken ana uisorgamzea
The New York Day-Book.
Il'e.' would call the attention of
-.uch of our rcadars as desire to subi
per The it!C lork umjiisooi;. it
a a donb'o sheet, made up exohii
sively for country circulation, (the
proprietors of it issue no daily,)
and has a general varcty of read
ing matter. Its proprietors claim
for it a circulation of 50,000 copieB,
larger than that of any other Dem
ocratic weekly paper. To have
attained sucht circulation as that,
in the face of rival contestants, 'is
surely evidence of no ordinary
popularity. It is ; the -peculiar
views of the Day Book upon the
slavery, question which have, no
doubt, uttraoUd to it the, attention
of the publio. Referring to this
point, the New llampshlro States
and Union has thus forcibly stated
If the Democratic part , twenty
rears aeo. had taken the ground
occnoiea tv tho jjmi.-oooK on mo
necro onestion, and stuaK to it uko
true men. we never should have
iad this war, and the country to
day would bave beeu prosperous
and happy. 1 he quicker tbey can
accept this position aud act earnest
ly upott it, tho quicker we snail
have Pjcaci and a restored Unios,
and we may add. we never sha'l
bave these desirable results on
other, ground. (
la .v.iew of the above, .it istho
duty 'Of every candid man, be
Republican or Democrat, to exam
ine the position of tho Day Book
As a single number ia not sufficient
for this, we advise all who desire
jVW York weekly to try H
one year,' aad make themselves
acquainted with .its line of argt
ment: . Iti termt are iower than
the New York Trjbune, -whose
exact antipodes It is in politks,
biUirfNes, Mari9ts,'Ac., It is
quite its eqnol.' . Bingf copies, f 2,
GO. Tbreo eopies, Tea copies,
and .ons extra, f29.-,. Additional
copies, $1 80. Ttyeuty copies, und
one extra to one pbstoffice, $35.
The Old Guard, i Democratic
mouthly, Is sent iirplaco of eA'ru
copies, where desired For a Club
of twenty; at 40 the PublULers
oner to send a copy of Dawson's
ne tr and magnificent edition of
"The Federalist' 4 prieo 4, as u
L'ti i "a'.'t "2 ' ' -
premlnni.1 Scud for a ;spccrmen
'copy, at hast. Address
VAN EVRIE, HORTON, & Co.,
VAN EVRIE, HORTON, & Co., No. 162 Nassau St., N. Y.
The Saturday Evening Post.
We vo..ld call the attention of
t,,ose w,,0 wWl to gul)8cl.n)e to
first class Literary Weekly," to The
Saturday Evening Post, pnblishod
In rhlladelphia. ' The Pott con
tains weekly a.Urjgo and very 1u
toresting aflsortrpent ot Slrie8.
to amuse and Tnsroct' its readers.
A family of children who rea 1
paper like Tle Post, can hardly
fail in being bettor informed than
those who do not. Of courso eve
ry man should take first his own
county paper; bnt, after that, we
would commend The Post to his
attention. Wo observe that Wheeli
er Wilson'ii celebrated Sewing
Machine are given hs Premium
with ccrtaTi cluba of The Post. Its
terms jrc $2.50 -a jcar, nine for
SflG, &o. Sample copies are sent
Address Deacon A Peterson,
Waluut atreet, Philadelphia
The "Ladies Friend" and "Evening
We will supply either of the'
above publications together with
copy of the Pfr?, for one year, for
$4.05. Mow is the time to sub
scribe. We will supply the "Eclectic
Mrigaciti," he prospectus of wh'ch
we published last week, together
with a copy ofr the Press, for ono
year, for $6.05.;'
Local and Miscellaneous
Messrs. Samuels, Poland k John,
son liavffptiVchftked Cnpt. Johnson's
Steam Engine, and have thu great-
ly increased their facilities for
manufacturing nil kinds of Fiirni
tnre on phort notice. A fresh
Stock just received. They can
always fcund in business hours
their store, one door west of
Steam. 1864--O. K.--1865.
Christmas is here, and C. k
llAMurjeii hare made ample prep,
aratlons for it. The testes of
little ones are r apct'aily consul'
edt and their tocfr of candies nnd
confcc'jonarica is first class. They
bare alto just received a fresh sup
ply of. Furntty Grocaries, which
our friend wit do wall to go and
examine." 'Small profits and quick
returns is their motto, and they
intend to fight it out on that
if it takes them all winter,
Read II. ItESSLEK's Advertise
tieemcnt. in anoter colume.
s a go ahead tradesman and
mistake. He has Sleighs to
fl 1 i.- if-- U '
aieigns to mtw, bo uc can
FALL OF SAVANNAH.
Mr. Barnham, who recsnt-
y purchased the New Drug Stirs
of Ridenonr k Unrer, on Main
street, has this week added largely
to his Stock, and has also Intro
duced a new feat uro in bis business;
that is, Toys for the little ones,-
hotographta Albums by thedozen,
and varying in price trcm $1 to
Diaries for 1865- Coal Oil by
gailen or barrel; School Books
Stationary, together with a
selection of choice literature.
tact, everything usually kept in
Drug and Book Store, can be
1 .L t' ' ' A l.'l? t A ' ' '
at ioi eiittDiisumeni. -
Fith pleasure we notio tharei
turn of Capt. C. Rossman, '.of
8d Ohio, a.fter a long confinement
la. varlouo Soulheru prisons,
aftsr ewo or three attempts td
cape, lie was At last successful,
reached ' boroeVOtf, Monday last.
Long may he wave!;.: .
Win the present Ohio' !louse
RepresantatWes there are 77
I'Ublirane to 20 Democratr.' ' :
lEQAlt NOTICE. 1
Trebls Co. Court
of- Ceaimon Pleii.
Petition foi Par
tiiion ami Aieia
merit of Dower. -
TilUam A LBg, pl'n".
Mnrj(vet E. Long and
. otbi, dtfla.
"Mnrg..et Long, wUo, an4 Mar4rrt B
Long, John W. hon end Nancy U Lon,
hair nnd legal r. preientnlirca of Voh.i
lonp, late of frebl county, Ohio, deceased,
and KiW D. Lmi, Jamea B. Lonjf, Albert
J. Long, md WUliaia l. a Long, miDQr
rhildren and heira at Ibw of Jacob S. Long,
lute ol laid enanty, de'aed.: ,!
ho rand legal rcpre. e itntive of tat John
J.'H'I. deoMed ta!a uotiee.lhat the
tUiniiff, on the !27ln day of December, A'
JSfi-l, filed bin netllioa airaiiist them in
tUeiffice of tit clerk pf tha (urt of Coqt-
,... - me, '
whioh ,a.d petition, , ,J p ai,eir demand. ;
pariH.on nf acre, of land uto.ted in :
.id :ountT, and bei-ig all ot iko north wei t
qoarlr r (except two act a in the loutb-eaat j
rorner idmpi i i ui sfcuuB nu. in lowniniD
4, ef rnnj.' S, etst, of which the itaid John
Lnnj did aeiod' and that dojrer be assign,
ed therein to tho laid Afargaret Long. .
And the iH defendnntit are also further
nounert m ni tse imq con of iommon
Plea next to be hidden in and for the ia,d
county of Preble, the plaintitT will ak
order of paiton of laid land, and that
be aMiKa4 thare.n piir.uant to the
iiatnta, and for auch olbar rdri and act;
ot amoaonn ok pt W.y ue icgaay entitled
io in the premiiM. ,
' ! ; i By Fooi &4rjrBisalaU Att'y
AlteL HiR.tM ShaSt, Clork. .
Dee. 29. 1364-7w. Pr.f.i
'. EXECUTOIi'S SALE.
Dlson Darit Exncutor, of I be V
last will and leMmiit of Prell4 Co.
David DavU, dw'd, pl'ff. , Probate
t. I CourL
Leri Dari, et. at., def il
IS pursuance of an order granted by the
Preble countr Probate Co rt, in Ike
nbnre canse, 1 will offer at public auction
on ike prenvsc; in Smrj townahip, Preble
0 maty. Cio,
On S.'turdzy, the 28 ofXtn'y, "C5.
at 1 o'clock, P. M., ol naid day, the follow
ing Heinrib i real eatate, fitule In Pro'jle
county, Ob'o, lo-wil; Being one bundrel
an t oij(hteen acrr-i of bind otf of the east
tiiJo uf the nortk-cit st quarter of leclinn
number one, in townhip numl er aix. f B 1 in
319ira"t'e number two (:',)cit, Ac. Apprniaed
Alao the wct half of the nortli.etat quar
ter ot lecuon number Alteon (15 ) in town
on the premifei.
hip number six (6,) in range number two
(2,) eaut, Ac, excepting about twin I y Cve
acres ofTof the north cad of naid tract, and
north of the QnraJen and Jncksonburg road,
hereto old and conrcyed to Thorn ts B.
.Vilikin, containing, titer deducting laid
cierptcd rort:on,'Cfty.five acres, more or
less.- Appraised at
Also, a part of the north weit quarter of
-.. r. r. . t
hviiuu uuuj-'.-r uut'ii, ir.wngiiip aix, angc
two, east, ii., begianiug at the north east
corner of taid qua ler. taeace conth 84
decreet weit, on the said line H poles;
thence south 4iidegrefls.taat 26 poles; tho nee
tnuth 65 degree, east 8 pojes; thence sor.th
79 degrees, east 11 poles; thence north 6
degrees, wnt 27 poles lo the plac of be
cinnini;, conUining three ecrea. two roods
and twenty-nil poles of land, and being a
part of Ike lands of which the said David
Dans died seized., Appraised at .....
ficRM or Balk. One. third of the pur
chase caiih in hand, on tbiid in ono aad
the resHue in two yean from the day of
mi, deterred navweu's to bear .intereit
fom day of sale.nud bese a rod by mortgnge
Ex'r of ZuYid Duris, dc'd.
Foot k SrtPHKKa, Atl'yi for petitioner.
Dec. 29. 18ti4, Prf $14.00
John I). Niitwanger, gmrdian ) Preble flo
or Eiitzstietli C aud Luelln I Probate
M. tiuffmaa, Cour'. .
v I Petition to
Sarah C. Earhart, iU al. jtelllandiAc
BT order of the Probata Com t duly issued,
in the ab-Te entitled eauae, I will
On Wednesday, February 1st, 1865,
on the primiiei, offer fur aale at public
vendue, between the hours of one and four
o clock r. H the following real estate, sit
uate in Preble county, Olue, and bounded
and drscruV d follow, to.itj Situate
and being i the nor h-eaat corner of the
oitb west qua terof seotioo No two (2,)
township tto. re Ten (7,) of ranee No. three.
(3,) east; beginning at the northeast corner
nf said quarter, tbeuoe running south eighty
(80) rod-; tbenee west ss far a to include
and contain filty.three and oni third (53)
sores; being i he same land conreyed to Du
eid Werti to Bolonon loffman, deceased,
by deed recorded in Book Si 48 page 66,
records of Preble countr. Ohio. 1 hn lardu
lo be sold froe and clear of dower or other
incumbrances. Appraised at $2,667 00.
Termi nf salt.-' On third oash in hand,
and the reiidue in two equal annual pat
menti, with interest, to be lecmci by rnort
gage on the premises.
JOHN D. MSWANCEB, Ounrdian.'
Cilmou It Campisu.. An'ys.
nee. z, it4-au Ll :
ATOTlCK is herebr eieii that lbs under-
J.1 signed has been duly appoints and
qualified as Executor of the lust Will
estamtnt of Mary Ltltell, lati of Preble
eonntf, OUio, deceased. : "
WILLIAM J. KKLLT, Ex'r,
Drc. 29, 1864.
A PROCLAMATION .
rptll ndrsigasd has jast reesired a larg
JL BIOK Ol
Of all kinds, 'ibra is lot f '
V.- '-.J ' ARB ' ' ; -v.'
SICB AS m -
Axs, . Spades,. 'Forks,!
m;?: ticks, r;r i Bona,
wifMisi,.,. jurB;'i j ,iouer,
And Mrythig niaally kept i that
He ha also saad larg addition t
Stock of .Z-j, . . . .
!Quieniwar & EahenW'sre-.
ThIAZIB.Y is sUn inADrtatidn'
L. O. is prepared to fueriiahi Ba4V Cakis,
od Ciucisas, m ny qaaniuy. v..:
Th abore artieles will bs old at
Liowest Priees for etsa, or approred eonatry
Prodac. Thankful for past favors, a
tasaac pstroaag is solisitad. ;! ,a
-sa.Star o Wst Main 8i, a
West ef O. YMaasdal tr.
T,. a. flOTTT.Ti
Cliean Miller, pi ff, ) Preol. Co., 0.. Court
vt. I ol Common Plena, .
RamJi Miller an! Perttloa foT partition
etkere, def la. j ai'grm't r dower.
The -faid nar.nah" Miller, widow, and
Michael Miller, Phillip MUler, 8ally Uine
,1 (Iporce Klino bvr haabauri, Catherine
Eikenherr and Henry i;ikanbery, V u'
band, William M Miller, luntna aiiiler, ana
Adut Miller, of Proble county, bio, ' wy
Patten aud John Patten, ler kuaband, of
Butler e.iuatT, Ohio; Georze Miliar and
Hiram Miller, of Fnlton countr. Indiftlia.-
Tho anknowa ck'Wl Sid bc-.rs at law of
Fanny Ititetiart,flaiita,ol Howard Coua
ty, Indiana; and Jacob Miller, of
tount, llliuoir, heirs at law and legal rep
reaentntivet ol'John Miller, late or the saiil
caunty of Preble, daeeamd, will take notice
that the laid plaintiff, (alto an heir at law
and Iff al reprcscntc'ive of laid decedent.)
o the 19th day o( Urcember, A. D. 104,
fie(j hia petition innit tbain, in the office
f Cnrl of Common PL rs-
of tk - coun) of prtbl, in wtich he j
WBM-, p(krlUipn of )aufr 0f hitfc
j,,h M:Um, . died." teiaed. to wit :
On' h.andre'1 and liiteen acrei, boing tU
went half of the northe.-.ii un..rtor of lection
31, in to jrnship 8, of range 2, in taid Prebl'
countr. 80 acrei, and 36 acrti adjoininir it.
and being ip an oblong iq-mre pu, and vf.
,t...... ,;,i. . ,. nt , ,., (-. .,
lef of the wine actio.i; and that do-.r he
tsl;gfi (ll,rein )0 ,he aid Hannah Miller,
ABnd ,fc mM delelljtB, r, fartbtr no
doer 6M iku tarB of j,, Conn ..f
Common Plus. ne)tt to beholden in anJ
fo tk, stiJ eount- o( ,j Mid p,ti.
ii,,er will nn r rVr an trilcr of partition
nlber.and. furtberacts and Oiden of iai6M
C'Mirt.i he iaVbT'nfldo under b law.
POOS A STEPHEN'S, , '
4llj.Hl' HUl'l fill- Potlli-diM
II Auakk, Clark. , - .
Ieo. 22. l8M-6w. Pr.f.Uf0.
Oils'aal, Utavins aad leHable
FOR THE GROWTH, HVAUTY AND
. PKISEVATION OF THhi UAIK.
fVfer 75 cts. per BottU.
This prepara'.lea ran
shew living ridaueM
uf its ixcelUace.
Photograph and read '
certificate of Mrs. Was
Sutton heir m fist
and os ilea ia length
used BeeTei' Arnbro
ia about 20 months
Photograph and r
tiSeate of ifn. L. M.
Nail hair nr rirr in
length used the Aatbro- '
ia IS months. '
TiocaiiiDs an aaiag
this preparation ana
offering WlLUSO TSSTIM-
.emu. . J;,..-
Thes photographs, Tiisit'rtoti t in
be been awarded to extend the knwl
edge of the vesit of this wonderful disco
ery, JJundrtii hare seen tbesw lad in aad
heard the facts froal tbeirown lipa. '
Mrs. Maxwell's Testimonials. '
. New Toik. deo, J2d, H"4,
Knowing poitielytat Rv' Ambro
ia t roduced a beau i if u I head f hair for
Mrs. Linie Shepherd, of rlro. hlya N. Y.,
I was induced, tharebr, to are it ihoronshly.
nneded loaietking foe sot ' hair, it beinjr
abort and in; , hnd med one. halt do
bottle whea 1 could plainly notie a in
crease in its length, strength, and beauty,
An experience ot about two rears has pr
d a complete success . . Mjl hair Is sow, by
measurement, Jturfttt tin UAin length
nearly reaching tha or. bar tlnwd
soy photograph to preclaiat the awli
Vre' Jrt'a to lb world.
Mrs. WJLLACK MAXWELL.
. JU SnterjrMtf . .' !
SrigfisUhaTe these Fk3tefTp,'S,
AID Klir FOK SAli
Jtttvtt' Ambvsia t 75 . sxr
v " BottU.
Droffristi who stay not b ear arapar-
ailons will send for it if applied to.-. .
VfarijraJ itpol, it fultmn Stre Xr
GREAT COMBINATIOX !
Carriage & Bnggj;
The undersigned keepi constsntly
band all kinds of custom made wor, (i
tvle,) such as Uuggies, tarnagns au
S'prii)g Wagons; nliy erery description
Repairing and Repainting
don i a neat and substantial manner
warrented to give enttr satisfaction. ,
1 ersss as low si can be bought jny where
in the .Weil jt .v ., ; .
He respscuuliy ttmici an to givini
fall and examine bis stock on hind
be satisfied that he will iheru
lie would also,,! ounc . that, lavisg'
taken the old sta orroerly occupied
John W. fitcphene, u . has opeued a Livery
Slhb'.o, where ho will be pleased to aecom
modato.all who raajt wish to birs JInres,
Buggiei, Ac , on reasonable termi. Stable.
Uoom and Feed for Iforses of, frav.r,
formers, Ac, tlso atTordd. The patrbdagt
of the public respectfully .soUctiqd. ' '
Carnag Shop at th old stand Oh Cbrry
street, between Main and Somarf; fctablson
Main near the National uotet.
i" 1 i i' m
. .nn Ji.. ..I
'" TWO H0G8,"c a bewsiiind tha other
aow," Weighing ahott' 80 ponnda ap ec
wlyte, nd belonging. to the undtsrgi'l-T
Ati'yrioijyirlving tMormation of, or riorn-:'
ine the Hot: to th owner will b libersiiv
retarded. C tUCKLY.
Th adrsigad ha bee duly appointed
Administrator, of the Estate efSally Uapaer,
lata of Bariisoo township, PrsbU
Ohio, iseasdv, ". ..' ' ,."
. ' . .JACOB HAPKEB. Idi'r.
a rMnifi') ;.' m.
i j S're. a, im v r (,
FINE CUTLERY, :
-and-. .:r. j
T.AIN J I llUU 1 9 79
I V .
k The stock of WATCPES consist in p t
of flue Gold and 8ilver English I ,
Dpls, and Cylinder Kcapeuent, and th
' Justttj Celebrated,
AMERICAN WATCHES !
i "... . .
' ' A f ;!et!iJ iitrtinnt if
j Of all tls rarioss styles nd prioc, (rn
: th most celebrated uinufcturiea.
. Tooth picks, . gnard-hoolrs, gold, silver
....I t,.n,.;i la.ll.a' .(! .n I.
shawl pins, willow aiid leather witI bMkeU,
faiicy, glaia,aul wcodnbxe,tvy watches. .
TEA AND TABLE Sl'OON8,
Cold arid jet ernaae, eleete buttoas, eiat
lisks, butter knivea, aealinir wax, toy sraonth '
ing irons, POCKET KNIVES, raior., Bua
caps, eorl, ober, iat, glass, sutin, i'U
and was BEADS chins, sine and. wod-
TOV DISH L. india rubber tin and willow '
rattlers, tiHettoes. i-igar cases, india rob
ber dolls and doll bride, rooaceo and snuff
boiei Batch beies, eirotclist sufdlcs, clf
skiu pocket book; ' t "' "v ,.''
7Vi larqett and kttt r nifty' of
" POCKET KNIVES ever
' shewn in Prille coujity; " .
Pocket yard itlcW, apeying needles, D'eb
pipes, slat pencils, and ebiu ras;
' . ... -hV." mi-afxA
Table On tl ery ! ;
-FBRNCl LTHOOltAPHIl PR1NT9;- .
Gilt Molding for Picture Frump
Ky riifi spy yUsses, toggles, leleseoprs'
pectssles, eareliipen, taol(ai and com
mercial ntt' p-p t; fishing rodi, reete, lire
n 'ooks; wafers, a splfiid d veiiety ul
RAZORS; eariain bands - and kiiiike,
ready reference files, bankera' wallets,
money belts, sbaemg boles, rsior strops,
watch chains and kers, tut kuive ad fiirka,
ngr tongs, spoons biiNon-hoU svistors,
twctiers, laap suiesors, atacl peos, holder,
huik wsllets, sfaaviag soap, India rubber
halls ;br .ometers,
Guitsrs. IUnjoj, Aeordosi, 'Flu tin,
Muio Bua, Taaiheyinea. Klnlss, Pieelos, j,
fifei, ("Inrloneli. Preceptors, Tuning
Fori., Guitar Striacs. OUN TRIMMING',
bullet ladles, ramrods, wadi, tips, shot
chargers, tub wmuhes, shot, sad iron
td, beef - ten k pounders, lantern, caksj
turners, tea bell, sleigh bells, door beds,
cow and sheep bells, bird sges; blacking
brunbes, wad entters, tniu swat cuttMS,
dust paasj ral fend Uifmse trap, thissbles,
cocoa dippers, waiters, slates, epool Standi,
Masonic smbteus, whisker brashes, slaw
catters, shovel aad tongs, elotbS pina,
baad broom, pepper .-aad sp:c botes,
spring balanca, m.'tch boaes. paper dolls,
padlocks, nmbrellit, drnsss, lags, land pa
par, carpet tack, and a bo't of other no.
tions. which he has not time nr roosatto
. . . . ' l i il. in. i.i..l:..'
whitewash brafbs; .:' .
BUTLEB'S WRiriNS FLUID.
Comi Mitts, Cokbw Dritiri,
cS & Zt lAKX VAsxom;
Z PAPBit iararjg)Bhiirie.
?9 oirs(rAD.bos who arl ta search of
MythiHglrJ hi line, to tlvshim a tall.